Dr. Sarah Armstrong, Counseling and Psychological Services, co-presented two programs, “Expanding Training Competence: Resources and Strategies for New Training Directors” and “What Counts and How: An In-Depth Discussion of ACCTA Survey Findings about Counting Internship Hours,” at the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies (ACCTA) conference held in Lake Geneva, Wis. Armstrong continues to serve on ACCTA’s standing committee on research and as the ACCTA liaison to the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
Dr. Thomas Bushlack, Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, wrote a chapter, “A New Heaven and a New Earth: Creation in the New Testament,” published in “Green Discipleship: Catholic Theological Ethics and the Environment,” edited by Tobias Winright (Winona: Anselm Academic, 2011).
Dr. Catherine Marrs Fuchsel, School of Social Work, is the author of “The Catholic Church as a Support for Immigrant Mexican Women Living with Domestic Violence,” which will be published in the journal Social Work and Christianity.
Father Steven McMichael, Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, is the author of an article, “The Night Journey (al-isra') and Ascent (al-mi’rāj) of Muhammad in Medieval Muslim and Christian Perspective,” published in the July issue of Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations. McMichael has offprints of the article for anyone who wants a copy.
Dr. Teresa Rothausen-Vange, Management Department, Opus College of Business, is the author of a peer-reviewed commentary, “Unpacking Work-Family: Core Overarching but Under-identified Issues,” published in the September issue of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. She presented a paper, “Leader Self-Development: Review, Integrative Practice Model, and Two Case Studies,” at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management in August, in San Antonio, Texas, where she also chaired a session on job satisfaction.
Dr. Lisa Waldner, Sociology and Criminal Justice Department, College of Arts and Sciences, presented papers with colleague Dr. Betty Dobratz (Iowa State University), including “Domestic Terrorism: White Separatist Views on Violence and Leaderless Resistance,” June 17, at the International Political Science Association Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society in Ankara, Turkey; and “Ballots and/or Bullets: Strategies of the White Separatist Movement in the US,” June 21, at the ninth annual International Conference on Politics and International Affairs in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Meg Wilkes Karraker, Sociology and Criminal Justice Department, College of Arts and Sciences, and Family Business Center Fellow, is the author of “Religious, Civic, and Interpersonal Capital: Catholic Sisters in One Community’s Response to Migrant Families,” published in the Forum on Public Policy, volume 2011, No. 2.